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.S~p•. ~f}\fl~,P.L.&R. U.s: P(JS'"fAGE PAID Parklan(J, Wash. Pel'mlt No. 9

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Bake Sale Concordia 4,H club will hold a bake sale SaturdEJ.Y, April 3, in the Parkland Light & Water Co. o£ficc, 9 a.m. till noon. Cookies, cakes, rolls and ~reads will be sold, also Easter corsages made from wood- filbre. Proceeds will be used to decorate the club room.

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Can GR 3549 Any Time . . . Day or Night Or Bring Your Set To Our Shop & Save!

FASHIONING CUTE NEW STYLES FOR

JIM'S RADIO 9920 PACIFIC AVE.

James 17'insmore, aviation machinist's ,mate airman, USN, of Parkland, is sei:ving aboard the USS LST 735, according to a report from the Far Eas-t (FHTNC).

Directory INSURANCE CLAY ROLEY AGENCY 98th and Portiand Avenue GR. 8501 ROY V. ROSTEDT AGENCY ·g201 Park Avenue Phone HA 2342 JACK J. ERICKSON, M.D. Physician & Surgeon announces new office hours: Monday thru Saturday 10 . 1.2 a.m. 1·5 p,m. exc-ept Wednesday. Offic~ hours by appoint· meht. Located in Times-Journal Building. Pho.ne GRanite 4488.•

Builders of

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OPERETTA STARS-Pictured 'above are five talented young Franklin high school students playing leading roles in the operet1:<!. "Meet Ariz ;na," to be presented April 8 and 9 at the school. They are Bonita Deck, Kathryn Ful.ler, Beverly Spragg, Ron Mishler and Neil Carrell. · · -Photo by McKewen

Farm Buildings G Ranite 8669

Franklin Pierce Plans Operetta April. 8 and 9

to -be presented April 8 and 9 at the .nigh school. Curtain time is set for 8 p.m.

Were this a novel, the title would undoubtedly be "The Mystery of the Missing Will." But, operettas being what they are, (with singing, dancing, ro"Meet Arizona," a dude ranch ~naneing and comedy) .the will, operetta, is the production chos- if_ there ever was one, may be en by the Franklin Pierce choir blithely forgotten. The story takes place after Hie. sudden death o.f bachelor Col. Blair who has left the '.'Rid '. ':'.~m Har~ . D1:1de .· Ranch, u1 A:nzona, temporaily without an owner, Hilarious, exciting and mysterious happenings keep the audience a~{)g throughout the entire performance. ·DeRc•y Spitzer directs the cast o.f about 30 students. Taking part in "Meet Arizona" ·are David San· nerud, Bev Spragg, Ron Meshler, Kathy Fuller Bonnie Deck Diana Brown, . Jerry Solkey: Larry Gannon Neal Ca:rrell Kearney Fra:nsten, Carol Mor~ ris, Rich Raden, Ernie Johnson, Marilyn Krumm and JoAnn Hanson. There is also a chorus

Kids! Get Poff-Parrot's latest Howdy Doody TV Give-a-way Item HEREf PARKLAND SHOE STOR!f

Parkland TV

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Bargain Basket Offers Vacation At Dude Ranch On June 5th the Bargain Basket will award to some for· tunat~ person a full week's paid vacation .for two at Hidden Valley Guest Ranch near Cle Elum. All expense~ including ~l'(l'.18;J?~r~a,tio1:1 •will be p~id; T()l11 u9U l'<ila vVlute, congeml\'-1 ()Wners of the ranch, are looking for· ward to showing their tvm guests from this area .the time of their lives. The Bargain Bas' ket guests will find wonderful entertainment in a setting of western hospitality, an attracti"."e cabin for their stay, deli· c1ous home cooked meals and rid~'1g, fishing and dancing to their hearts content. Further details of the vacation plan will be released by Leon Harrison and Ethan Nelson, Bargain Basket own.ers. This generous offer by the Bargain Basket is its contribution to publicizing this year's Parkland Round-Up.

Radios &. TV Sets

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Weiss for your friends when choosing a funeral director. Go where they can park-out. of the traffic. Trav Dryer

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of cowboys and dudines. Publicity is being handled bJ)' ,Mr. Moon, Joanne Morud and the art class; properties, Billie Thompson; business manager, Carol Cooper; programs, Jo. Ann Hanson; stage crew, Don Coval, Bob Kaelin and Jerry Dryer.

No. 3 Grade, Regular $13.90

10" 1Cedar Paneling • * $12"00 Just the thing for that den or rumpus room Kiln Dried

Per 100 Sq. Ft.

1x4 Utility Flooring • • . $8=00 Celotex Wallboard .... $1 . 98 Unsanded Plywood " ••. $2,.95 Free Estimates on Remodel Jobs 4x8 3/8"

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YOUR 0 n 'tWASH · AT HOME

No co~tly pip@$ or regi!:fet$ to in~tall or clean !

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CLOTHES

We'll WASH and DRY Your Clothes

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GUARANTEE for more information write SIEGLER-Centralia, 111.

·1n a new Hotpoint Washer and Dryer Absol,utely No Obligation.

.SILE HS

.Electrical

11230 Pac. Ave.

We have tables filled with Switch Boxes, Range Panels, ~.. Receptacles and what-n.ot, ,2~;~ & the back roorri filled with ~ wire. If you have anelectrical problem we can help you! ·

GR 8634

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Fences PICKET FENCE • 45ePer Foot RANCH TYPE 35c Per Foot BASKET WEAVE • . • • 45c Per Foot .

Prices include all materials... • • 4x4

your read right. You may come in and select your Siegler Heater now, and

your first payment Sept. i st.· Enjoy Sie9ler comfort from this day on

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CLEANED BEFORE STORING

Parliland Fuel Oil Service

PARKLAND ..CLEANERS

Phone GR 8684

We got a Paint Carnival on tha.t is a Hum Dinger. Special prices· on Boysen Paint - - - Come in and look around

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LARGE

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PARKING

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TRAFFIC

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TOILET TISSUE • • • Sunsweet. Medium Size

DRIED PRUNES • The lowly prunes keep you fit. Good For You

Briggs Stratton Motor. l·S·lnch

EXCELLO LAWN MOWER •


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GR 8391 CUSTOM CUTTING AND WRAPPING WE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE PRICES RETAIL SALES THURS., FRI. & SAT.

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Free Pickup ..& Delivery

LeRoy Bush Sr. is convalescing from an operation in Doctors hospital and expects to be home the latter part of the wc.oek.

GR.. 5361

MAGDAN:Z

College Cleaners

Lumber & Hardware 11401 Pacific Ave. GR. 5538 Open Eve. 'Til 8 p.m.

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WEEl(LY GARBAGE COLLECTIONS Phone GR. 8688

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HOME-MADE PIES AND CAKES

Merchants Lunch, Short Orders, Dinners OPEN 1.1 A.M. to 12:30 A.M. - Closed Monday -

HAVE YOUR CABINETS

Lawnmower

CUSTOM BUilT

Lapping, Grinding, Repairing Rentals • power-hand • Used

At No Extra Cost RHONE'S CABINET SHOP 161st & Park Ave. GRanite 3342

Parkland Cycle & Key Y2 Blk from PLC GR 5772

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UPHOLSTERING

WITH HER FAMOUS

Recovering and Rebuilding Cushions Rebuilt Free Estimates FURNITURE AND RUG CLEANING PARKLAND UPHOLSTERY 12814 Pacific Avenue GR 3201 Res. 3181 CEMENT, SAND, GRAVEL & DRAIN TILE

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GOTHIC POINT

Picket Fence

$2.00 $2.25 $2.50 Per 8 Ft. Section

BIXBY Guaranteed RADmO

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Repair

GR 321.2 1517 So. 112th Airport Road (We Deliver Anywhere)

·Call GRanite 8309 On Waller Rd., '% Mile South of Airport Road

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Make this yo·ur headquarters for all your gardening needs.

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No. 300 Tin-s

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Summit Feed Co. home of Fishers Quality Feed Canyon Rd., next to Summit Trading Co. GR 7136 We Deliver

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The Calvary Pentecostal Church corner of Airport & Bingham will be an INDEPENDENT CHURCH under the name of

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Brake Reline SimH01rni:;g;e Job Phone for App~nntment

Hunt's ' For The Best

We H©Jve The Largest Assortment Of Food Under One Roof Rn Tacoma

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Brake Adiustment .. Lube Job •

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check of Transmission and Dif" ferential .. Clean & Gap Plugs .. Cheek Timin9 - Adiust Carbur-

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Fuller Paint · Republic Paint - Dramex Super Kemtone Complele Stock Save Time & Money

Free TV and Radio Tube Testing. We re-install the tubes and check your set for n·ormal operation when you bring the set. You may save an extra trip by bringing it.

A-1 Auto Wrecking

We Retail at Wholesale Prices

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Thursday, April 1, 1954 The TIMES-JOURNAL

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1 Block North of Airport on Canyon Road

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Clarence Ralph. There is no cost involved and it is a b!g convenience to tell your friends you live on such a road, house number so and so.

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There is a project being planned to number the houses on Canyon road and any other part~ of the community that wish it. Houses on all the Ta· coma rural mail routes are be· ing numbered .and why not on Rt. 3, Puyallup? This will not interfere with your mailing ad· dresses. For further informa· tion, call Mrs. Rau or Mrs.

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officers. All members are urg· ed to attend. WSCS Th W ' S . t f e. oma~1 s . ocie Y ? Chnstia'.1 Service w,1ll meet i:i the church hall Thmsday, April 8. Members are urged to come at 11 o'clock for the businC'ss meeting and election of officers. Following the 12:30 luncheon, the guest speaker, Mrs. Clark

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FO'R SALE:: - 6 year old gentle..illllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllilllllllo. mare and•satldle, $85; 80th & BARGAIN HUNTE.RS Waller. Road, GR 6354. 16p29 ARTIFICIAL~}t'.EEDERS PARAl:HSE Evergreen Breeders Ass'n. $7 breeding fee;. no charge on re· 49 BUICK Super Sed R & H turns. ~o_lstem, Guernsey, Jer. Dynaflow. Sharp ca~ · $895 sey, M1lkmg Shorthorn, Brown ········ . Swiss, Hereford. Call Puyal· 49 FORD Custom Sedan. Radio lup 5-8393. 16ctf and. heater ........................$595 CALL TOM RAFFERTY GR 147 FORp Co_nv. R. & H. New 4443; your agent for Po'wder top, New rmgs ..................$495 River Cattle Squeeze Chute.147 FRAZER Manhattan. Heat16p46tf er, O'Drive ........................ $345 W_T_L_L_T_R_AD __E_h_a_y_f_o_r_l10rses.; 47 FORD Station Wagon. I:Ieat ... GR 6446 16etf er, good condi.tion ............$295 46 FORD S. D. Sed. Heater ···1 runs good, looks good .... $195 :A 42 CHEV Aero Sed. Radio and heater ................................ $lfi5 39 CHEV. Sed. R. & H .........$99 39. FORD Coupe ....................$69 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

Ch1:1rch. ·oinnef All Saints Epescopal church, 96th and East BSts., announc· es a steak dinner for this (Thursday) evening from 5 to 8 o'clock. There is a special rate of $2.50 for the entire fami· ly or $1 per person. Proceeds will be used for the rehabilitation of the 61-year-old church.

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Terms - Trades

BROOKDALE

Spanaway

GR 7512

LENTEN SPECIALS ' New and Delicious Hilton's 10\12 Oz. Tin

Prescriptions

Legal Notices

SPANAWAY FOOD CENTER

Oyster Stew 2 / 55¢ Hilton's

12)12 ()z. Tin

Clam Chow"r 2/ 55e: Hilton's Fancy 10!/2 Oz. Tih

Oysters ••••2/99c M. D.

Tissue .

Fresh Insulin at Downtown Prices. Pay phone bills here

Chiffon

400 Coun.t

Facial Tissue • • 25c

Tincher's Pharmacy 7239 Park Ave. HI 3344 Fern Hill P.O.

Cetlten'I Pancake 10 Lb. Sk.

Flour • • • • • $1.19 Blade Cut

Lb.

Pot Roast • • • 49c

Friday Nights FENCING

Till 9:00 P.M.

Designen and Buildeu

EXPERT WORKMANSHIP REASONABLE PRICES Basr Muacbly Payments

Install a Well or Check that Water Pressure. We Guarantee Full Pressure With an Advance Water System.

VAUGHAN'S HI 9515

Only 5 Left

Hose $3.29

Unconditionally guaranteed for 5 years.

Glacier Pump & Drimng Co.

84tb 8' Pacific A•o.

Auto lnsurcmce

Plastic, 50 Ft.

G~rden

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Pkg.

Salad Mix

Get our bid on your water problems - You may save money.

Carton

Tomatoes New

10435 So. Sheridan GR. 5566

C~bbage

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FLE DAIRY FARM

Fern Hill Laundromat

FRESH

& Dry Cleaners

HOMOGENIZED AND You Are Invited To Attend A

PASTEURIZED

Southern Baptist Church

8420 Pacific Ave. HA 9736

MILK

Self-Service and Complete Laundry Service

AND CREAM

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Church of Tacoma

CREAM

Hrs. 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Mon. - Wed. - Fri. 9 to 6 Tues.· Thurs. • Sat.

Phone HA. 3301

So. 11th St., BeLween Proctor and Adams St. S.

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Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Training Union 6 :30 P.M. Evening Worship 7:30 P.M Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 P.M. For Free Transportation

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Phone HI 7883

""R-ev-_-:c"'".-=H~.Green, Missionary

JEWELRY

Pastor . Montesano, Wash.

H>331 PACIFIC AVE.

Tel. 3622 Bro. Fred Bennett, HI 9280

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RECORD SHOPPE APPLIANCES .. TV Radio SALES and

SERVICE

FRYE'S f~rn~ture

Repairing of Fine Watches Our Specialty

WELL DRHJ.JNG

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SERVICES:

Appliances Parkland Cen-tre GR. 3691

GLEN A. CARMACK

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MINIT CAR WASH 3210

Tacoma Pump &

Well Drilling Co. Rt. 7, Box 316 Terms -

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A new luxurious velvet finish for baby shoes, the most beautiful you have ever seen. More life-like than bronze or any other finish known. Baby pastels.

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Airport & Spruce GR 5332 2!12 Miles East of Pacific

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Last Year's Model MERRY TILLER

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DON ARTHUR

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new & used machines

PR 1800

SEE AND HEAR

JIM CALVERT And his Orchestra Every Saturday at the

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Fruitland Grange Dance Jamboree 7 Miles East of Pacific· Ave. on Airport Road Dan€ing 9:30 - 2:00 Admission $1.00

Dozer & Shovel Work

Please Check One: Pink D Yellow D fllue O White D Mail Daby Shoes with 1.98 to Parkland Postoffice

(Return this ad with order. · This special· price for limited time only).

$20 Off

Address ··········-·········--·············· VEL-KOTE KREATIONS

WAY

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Tacoma T,rades

PERMANIZED BABY SHOES

SOUTH TACOMA Phone HI 4881

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Large or Srnall Basements Dug "leptic Tanks Water Lines Top Soll Al - GR 4987 ~' Ralph • GR 3204

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GENERAL CONSTRUCTION

RILEY BROS.

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Bob's taking a month to work on his book Bob's an accountant, and he thinks there is a market for a book on simplified cost accounting for small farmers ••. but he has never had time to work it out. So, we set a goal, and started a National Bank of Washington savings account that is now large enough to let him take_a month's leave of absence without affecting our budget. We're glad we saved our fund at National Bank of Washington, because they made automatic deductions from our checking account~ We saved regularly without any trouble at all."

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GALLON ICE CREAM

112 GALLON ICE CREAM

QUART ICE CREAM

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VELVETTA CHEESE • •

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CHEDDAR CHEESE

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KRAFT ALL PURPOSE OIL ouARt ,;S PARKAY MARGARINE 4 for . DON'T FORGET YOU MAY RECEIVE

CROSLEY DRYER TO BIE AWARDED AT 6 P. M. SATURDAY

PRODUCE CARROTS, 1-lb. cello pkg....... 2 for 25c a

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these fine homes go up in the near future. · SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS

Serve

A Banquet? vention, to be held in Parkland A;;'y organization interested June 7 to 11, please . contact in serving a bmnquet to the dele- Mrs. W. R. Heindselman, GR gates of the State Grange con- 6768.

SHIP VIA AUTO FREIGHT To Any Point in the t.i.S.A. Daily Service from Tacoma and Way Points to Kapowsin and Eatonville

INTEl!UJRBAN AUTO FREIGHT MA 4122

Rent the new ROTARY with leaf mulcher

Sheet Meta) Work

Parkland Cycle & Key

Poultry & Pet Stock Equipment

Y, Blk from PLC

GR 5772

Special Attention to Special Equipment

QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING AT REASONABLE PRICES

I nstallatlon & Repairs

JACK"S TV & RAD!O SERVICE

RAU Mf(t

Zinn's Shoe· Repairing

405 Garfield St.

(Under New Management)

GRanite 7372

84th & Park

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Thursday, April 1, 1934

Vol. 9, No. 29

Published Every Thursday at Parkland, Wash.

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Paper AnnoHnces New Policy For Future Issues This week's Times-Jonn- lication -- free distribution a! is a preview of things to to all homes in the Southcome, as the paper returns ern Pierce County area. to its former style of pubOf necessity, the first

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with LARRY KIRKWOOD

Correction please ! ! The Ta· coma Unit Gymkhana and the Easter ride and breakfast got a little mixed up in last week's column. We just want to unmix things a Ji ltle, just in case you thought the gymkhana was to be held at the George Beeson ranch. Here 'tis again: The annual Easter ride and breakfast, sponsored each year by Tacoma Unit No. 1, will be held this year at the George Beeson ranch. There are several reasons for this choice, one of them being Larry that this is a central location so that WP hopP many of the' local riding clubs will be able 'to participate. Then about the Tacoma Unit gymkhana: This will be held at Tacoma Unit grounds Sunday, April 23. Events are as fol· lows: Novice jumping; western pleasure; english and western pairs; western trail'horse; pole bending, individual; English pleasure; working hunter.. The Mount Rainier Riding club; have announced the date of their first horse show and play day as May 2. We will publish a list of events before !he show. The Parkland Riding club is

glance seem like a regression rather than progress, however, we feel that the community will benefit to a larger degree if the Times-Journal is distributed on a wider basis. We trust that the paper will meet the approval of its readers, and we ask them not to judge the future quality of the paper by this first crowded sample.

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friend or relative outside of the Times-Journal distribution an"a. A cash refund fa also available. In another part of the paper, readers will find a coupon to be filled out, and sent in, within two weeks, designating which of the several alternatives they desire to use. A complete listing of the available magazines will also be found with the coupon.

Economical For SmaH Farms

Paper WiH Reach AH Homes In Trade Area, No Charge Free clistri:bution of the Times Journal will be resumed this wee1>:, after three moriths of paid circulation efforts. The paper which debuted as the "New Look Times-Journal" in January was begun with the

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hope that enough subscribers couldbe found to warrant dropping the Adviser, the shopper No, only twins, from the flock of George supplement. Williams, Rt. 3, Box 770. He is an example of the Unfortunately, this has not many farmers in the area who are raising sheep been a successful hope. In short, to utilize rough fon1g·e and still make a profit without subjecting the reading on the sheep. public to a series of gimmicks or high pressure salesmanship, Little care is required, and a 150% lamb which we were reluctant to do, crop is not unusual. County agent George Purthe necessary quota of subcell is pictured with the sheep, scriptions could not be assured. Photo by McKewen 'To those whom we have been serving these past three months, we extend our thanks, and our hopes that they will continue to read our publication, in its pre· sent and future form. To the remainder of the residents within our distribution W. A. Bugge, director of hi- tion of $800,000,000 and the area, we say, "Hello, again", and hope that you will welcome ways for the Washington State Ferguson Bill would authorize Hiway Commision, reported to· a considerably larger approprius back into your homes. day on the possible highway ation of $2,125,000,000. Various other authorizations sponsoring an Easter egg hunt legislation before the United Sunday, April 11. We hope to States Senate and House of Re- for national forest roads, Indian reservation roads and for have details for next week'::. presentatives. According to Bugge, two bills other purposes are included in paper. Those of you who were there for the egg hunt last year proposing federal aid legislation bo!h bills for substantialiy the will remember how much fun are receiving the most altent- same amounts. ion from highway groups. One, we had, so plan to attend. According to Bugge, a proviAlong the trail we saw the known as the McGregor Bill, sion in the McGregor Bill would Si Harlund family entertain- has 'been introduced in the attempt to link the 2 cent per ing their son and his family House of Representatives. The gallon Federal gasoline tax to from Alaska . . . Bob Kirk· other has been introduced in Fedcr3.l aid by providing that the Senate and is known as full sums shall not be npportwood home .from Guam on a ioned to the sta tcs unk'ss 1he furlough ... Jerry Buck buying the Ferguson Bill. The McGregor Bill would two cent per gnllon tnx is bea ranch . . . Doris DiBtrich throwing away her cane al- authorize an appropriation of ing collected by the Federal $600,000,000 for Federal Aid ready · · . the whole Curtiss for the fiscal years ending June govcr1Hnent. family busy with Rhythm, their 30, 1956 and 1957. The Fergu"VJllalcver measure is adoptjump.er .' ... Chuck an~ Dor- son Bill would authorize $1.- ed or if a compromise between lene R1ebh out loeikmg at 125,000,000. tile 1.wo 'bHls is made," concludranches. For the interstate system er Bugge, "it is evident that the Send your news items to CU.S. 99 and U.S. 10) in Wash- State of vVashington will J1ave Larry's Mt. View Cleaners, 134 ington), the MtcGregor Bill more Federal Aid money for its and Pacific, phone GR 3261. authorizes $200,000,000 and the highway system. During the Thank you, Ferguson Bill $900,000,000. present fiscal year, a total of In addition the Ferguson Bill $550,000,000 was appropriated Sgt. Loran Arnold Jr., husband in the Senate would authorize for Federal Aid to highways of Mrs. Tana Arnold of Tilll- $100,000,000 for city routes nec- and an increase to between cum, has been selected to at- essary for defense purposes. $800,000,000 and $2,125,000,000 tend the 5th Armored Division Thus, the McGregor Bill in for the nation would increase Field Wireless School at Camp the House of Representatives considerably ·washington's share would authorize an appropria· which was $9,219,393 last year. Chaffe, Erk .

Highway legislation Reported Before Senate~ House ~ - Bugge

'Sheep are a good investment for small farms, according to George Purcell, county extension agent, and the statement is given added weight by the example of George Williams, of Rt. 3, Box 770, who keeps five ewes on his land. Of the five, two had twin Iam'bs, giving Williams a 150% Jamb crop; as only four of the ewes had lambs. This is not an unusual percentage, says Purcell, and twins are fairly common occurances, with triplets or quadruplets cropping up now and then. Amount of labor required to raise the lambs and ewes is comparatively light, although lambing time makes additional demands. on time and feed, with fairly constant attention needed. Dogs must also be guarded ·against. The flock will utilize rough forage, and the winter feed problem is not too great, with onl yabout 300 pounds of hay required per ewe annually. The sheep wiII cJ'ficicntly convert grass an(! roughag<" to marketa•ble lambs and wool. "In general,''. slates Purcell, "sheep are better adapted to well drained soils, and require hay and pasture. It is questionable economy to feed more than 100 pounds of grain annually, to a ewe ai:d her offspring. "Good silage is good, cheap sheep feed. Elaborate buildings are not

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tinuec!. "A well bedded, dry open shed is sul'ficient." The county agent recommended phenotl1iazine tablets to be given in fall and spring, along with coarse iodized sal!, to prevent stomach \Vorms. "All in all, sheep are a smart investment for the small farmCl\ \\.rho 1.vants an operation that doesn't take too much time, yet gives a goud pcrcc-:ntngc of rctur1v3," Purcell eonclull(~d.

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Cond~ict Med~I

Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Dillman of Rt. 3, Dox '162, have been notified that their son, Jackie Allen Dillman, A T-2, has been awarded a good conduct medal, serving with the l'~avy.


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ing egg production in a flock that still is far from maturity. In many cases the reason a flock doesn't reach and maintain a high rate of lay the cause goes tback to the rearing perBy Ernest I. Hopp iod of a bird's life. Disease or Nearly all of us have read mismanagement can do much market reports indicating large damage during their period. numbers of chicks being hatchThere is not a known cure ed for laying flock replaecment Most of these will start laying or preventive for all poultry this fall and winter. The increase health trouble. We should make in laying flocks undoubtedly every effort to use what is will cause lower egg prices available. Early diagnosis of next winter and spring. This is trouble is important. Vaccinadiscouraging to many poultry. tion to prevent Newcastle and men and will force some out of fowl pox is advisable. the tbusiness. ·In the management field There can be a bright side we don't want to forget com· of the picture however. I'm mon sense practices such as reminded ,of the record of a allowing enough feeder and Buckley poultryman during water space. Any extra work the low egg price 1949-1950 or precaution taken during period. This poultryman even the growing period of a bird's though egg prices were very life will pay dividends in the low earned an abov.e average laying house. in·come by maintaining a top 9 "Brooding Chicks" bullct'rate of lay during the year. tin is available from the county Some may feel that it is too agent's office with more details early to think a-bout maintain· and sugge·stions.

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By Morrill Delano I noticed just yesterday the first baby caterpillars of the year. This means you home ownr>rs with trees and shrubs in your surroundings should be sharpening up your clippers oe getting your spraying apparatus in working order. It is best to spray the caterpillars as soon as you notice they are hatching rather ltian to wait for all the egg bands to hatch as in the meantime the others will be growing up and df'vouring the foliage. Of course this means you will have to spray more than ever to control them. There is no spray known that will kill the eggs before they hatch. Now for the spray, lead arsenate is .recommended: Use five tablespoonfuls to four -gallons of water which is at the rate of four pounds to 100 gallons. It might be well to adda spray sticker to the solution. DDT wil lalso get them but it is iwt recommended against

ca lerpillars because it kills the parasites that attack the caterpillars to kill them. \Ve cert· ainly don't want to hamper nature in controlling our destructive pests.

School to Program The noy grade school will present its spring program Friday evening, April 2, at 8 o'clock in the school gymnasium. An operetta "Midsummer Eve," will be presented by grades 1 to 4, with Mrs. Florence Woolbridge as accompanist and director, assisted by Mrs. Louise Phelps. Solos will be sung by Judith Graves, Martha Berggren and Janice Hester. Grades 5 and 6, under direction of Frank Denton, will present two selections of choral reading. Lee Whiteman, school district elemen lary music director, will

direct and accompany the school chorus in several selections and also play piano numbers. A vocal trio, Karen Thompson, Janice Graves and Janice Haggard, vvill sing; there will be a clarinet and cornet duet by Marilyn Smith and Francis Berka. The Human Side A small l)OY getting his first haircut ... a boy and girl holding hands in the back row in church ... a girl wearing hign heers for the first time, almost turning her ankle, and grinning . . . thinking what you'd do if yqu had a million . . . a guy trying to act nonchalant after scoring two important points in a basketball game, hitting a game winning home run, scoring a touchdown ..• a basketball coa-ch in a close game ... a guard or tackle trying to fig· ure out what run over him after getting knocked half-way across the field in a "mouse-trap" play . . . a fighter waking up after 1Jeing KO'd, hungry..•.


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TIME~~JOURNAL

By George

Tickfers Apfil second is• tlie i;lrate ·:Of . the Carnival, and don't late. Ponie:;;, ·movies, games..• galore Anything you'll want, a11d more. Hamburgers, hot. dogs, and pop Or dinner with ice cream on top. Visit. the wonderful Country Store And win a box of groceries, qr more. The fancy work booth with things to buy, The ..calce-walk you'll want to try. Go fishing ii1 the Pond, or buy some cake, The white elephant booth for all you can take. April second the date So don't be late! All .residents of the area are cordially invited to come out and support the Midland P~TA carnivai. and make a success ·Of thiswort!lwhile pxojcct.T11e following are wo1'.ldng . hard: .to make .this an. enjoyable evening for · >everyone: Mrs. ]'toy Christensen ·and Mrs. Mike Hansler, general chairmen; as· sisted by · Mrs. W. F. Hiller, Mrs. Victor Dawson, Mrs. .Ta.mes. Woolridge, Mrs. E. G. Jackson, Mrs ..John James, Mrs. Charles. Peterson, Mrs.· K. L. Lampitt, George Barras, Lester Storaasli, Mrs. Harold Etavig, Mrs; Robert Hauge, Mrs. C; B. Mailand, Mrs; . Ralph . . Nels on, L. V. Gaume, Mrs. Loren Work' man and Mrs. R. D. Malray. The Boy Scouts will run the pop booth.

CIJfl~~. used to give. away Liberace records, but now' they're •really doing busine~s!" A few of the many awarcls during the evening are: A brand new .tire, a permanent, chafing dish, M.bleeloth, handmade leather wallet and a big ham. All are urged to attend this evening of fun and at the same time assist the P-TA to

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Cub Scout Pack 133 :Parkland Cub Scout pack No. 133 met in the Trinity Luth·

eran church basement•March19 with each den putting on a skit ~aken from the "Wizard of Oz." After. the skits, "Wizard" Cuibmaster Arne Pederson pulled .awards and certificates out of .his hat .for the following: Wolf award· for David .·Jones, Kenneth Solberg and Michael Harshman. Dale Tommervik won his Wolf Goldi Arrow, while. Jonathan Nesvig and Larry Larson won Wolf Silver Arrows. Bear awards were won by Larry Larson and Stephen Kiesow, who also won a Gold and Silver .Bear Arrows. Garry Blum earned his Bear Gold Ar· J'OW.

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The only Lion award was to Bobby Fenimore, who also earned a ·Lion Gold Arrow. John Long, Bobby Fenimore and Douglas Holmes graduated '1.o Boy Scouts, John and Douglas to Scout troop No. 133, and Bobby to Scout troop No. 103. .John Lcrass and Bobby Holmes were inducted into the Pack as Bobcats. Baliby Bra11fors and Dale Summers received one-year Service Stars. Boys completing. Den Chief ':!'raining courses and awarded certificates were Burton Lewis, Bobby Fenimore, Billy Simple, James Pederson, James Dovey, Teddy Sjoding, John Long and Allen Ostenson. Grown-ups completing Cubber's basic training were Mesdames Stanley Fenimore, Don Tllton, Dani.al Martih and . Messrs. Kristen Solberg, Robert Long, Arne Pederson and K. C. Jones. Donald G. Dickinson, aviation cadet, is receiving jet pilot training at Williams Air Force Base, Chandler, Ariz. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Diel{· ins on of 864 So. 109.th St.

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Times journal v 9 no 29 apr 1, 1954